The Kings of France. French monarchy from Hugh Capet to Louis XVI from 987 to 1792, a chronology.pdf

The Kings of France. French monarchy from Hugh Capet to Louis XVI from 987 to 1792, a chronology

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Sofya Voigtuh

Louis XVI was the only King of France ever to be executed, and his death brought an end to more than a thousand years of continuous French monarchy. Both of his sons died in childhood, before the Bourbon Restoration ; his only child to reach adulthood, Marie Therese , was given over to the Austrians in exchange for French prisoners of war, eventually dying childless in 1851.

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Mattio Müllers

22/07/2017 · It was during the later years in and around 987, the prominence of this Western francias heightened with the formation of the Hugh Capet. The house of Capet is quite significant in the French

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Noels Schulzen

Kings of France 843 - 1870 Chronology - Totally …

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Jason Leghmann

During the brief period when the French Constitution of 1791 was in effect (1791-1792) and after the July Revolution in 1830, the style "King of the French" was used instead of "King of France (and Navarre)". It was a constitutional innovation known as popular monarchy which linked the monarch's title to the people, not to the territory of France.

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Jessica Kolhmann

Hugh Capet 3rd July 987 – 24th October 996. Son of Hugh the Great and Hedwige Liudolfing Hugh was the grandson of King Robert I and was elected King after the death of Louis V. Often recognised as the first true King of France, he succeeded in uniting much of the country under his rule. He had his son crowned during his reign to ensure the succession. Robert II – 24th October 996 – 20th